1. Emory Douglas was the Revolutionary Artist and Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party. Through archival footage and conversations with Emory we share his story, alongside the rise and fall of the Panthers. He used his art as a weapon in the Black Panther Party’s struggle for civil rights and today Emory continues to give a voice to the voiceless. His art and what The Panthers fought for are still as relevant as ever.

    Produced and Directed by: Dress Code (

    Producer: Tara Rose Stromberg

    Cinematography: Andre Andreev

    Edit + Color: Mike Cook

    Music + Sound Design: YouTooCanWoo

    On Set Sound Record: Kevin Crawford, Anton Herbert

    Production Coordinator: Rose Glaeser

    Archival Film Research: Richard Kroll

    Title Design: Marcin Zeglinski

    Featured Artwork © Emory Douglas / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

    Shot on: Red Scarlet

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  2. Produced by Hirafilm and Demiurgos Film.
    Written and directed by Gianclaudio Cappai.
    Runtime: 32'
    Format: 35mm, color - Dolby Digital.
    Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
    Release Date: ℗ September 2009 (Italy)

    In the shadows of a squalid farmhouse, under a suffocating oppressive heat, a troubled family struggles to deal with their fears, doubts and discomfort. Underlying tensions are surfacing. With each furtive glance or sound witnessed, the despair and morbid promiscuity is further amplified. Exasperated by the madness of a sweet but cruel son, only one person is resolutely determined to bring about a need to break the status quo.

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  3. And so we put goldfish in the pool.
    Director/Writer:Makoto Nagahisa

    !!!The Short Film Grand Jury Prize in Sundance!!!

    This is a true story which took place in Saitama in 2012.
    In the summer of 2012, 400 goldfish were released in the swimming pool of a junior-high school in Sayama Town, Saitama. The culprits: four female students.
    According to the Police statement, the girls “thought the fish would look pretty”. But why did they really do it?
    Based on a true story, this fast-paced short film continually betrays the viewer’s expectations as it explores the feelings of the four girls and their motives, accompanied by a soundtrack of old-time hits including Seventeen and Virgin Blues!

    Director/Writer:Makoto Nagahisa
    Executive producer:Takeshi Tanaka
    Producer:Haruki Yokoyama
    Cinematography:Hiroaki Takeda
    Electrician:Yuki Maeshima
    Sound:Junnosuke Okita
    第一回Moon Cinema Project、グランプリ作品。
    Moon Cinema Project


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    a film by Fiorella Mariani

    54', 1971/1974
    editing Luciano Gigante
    archive researcher Franca Caprino
    sound and music Beatriz Ferreyra
    film repertorie Istituto Luce (Rome, Italy) – Paté Cinema (Paris, France)
    idea and realization Fiorella Mariani
    online distribution _
    -> in collaboration with Found Footage Magazine, Revista Lumiere, Rapporto Confidenziale
    movie copy provided by Cineteca Nazionale (Rome, Italy)

    A representation of human behavior focused exclusively on our western world, made up of footage selected without any concern for place, time and ideology, that provides logical continuity to daily events with the intent of underlining the general contradictions of reality.

    «This movie is dedicated to my uncle Roberto Rossellini, not only for sentimental reasons but also for to be faithful to his teaching: in his works, for love and respect of human freedom, he has always wanted to show and not demonstrate.» (Fiorella Mariani)


    (you can view the movie, in agreement with the author)

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    An animated data-driven documentary about war and peace, The Fallen of World War II looks at the human cost of the second World War and sizes up the numbers to other wars in history, including trends in recent conflicts.

    Written, directed, coded, narrated by
    Sound and music by

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